Video Writing Prompt: LeBron Commercial

 

K-2: Who Do You Admire?

Think about someone you look up to and admire. Is it a family member, athlete, or celebrity? Describe this person in one sentence and draw a picture of them.

3-5: Future Professions

What do you want to be when you grow up? Write a paragraph describing what you want to be when you become an adult, and then draw a picture of you in your dream job.

6-8: Role Model Responsibilities

Many athletes and celebrities fall into the category of role models, regardless if they choose to be or not. Do you think that celebrities make good role models? Do you think they should assume the responsibility of acting as a role model to young kids, regardless if they want to or not? Write a paragraph describing your opinion.

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9-12: Great Expectations

This commercial brings up the issue of expectations other s have for you compared to the expectations you have for yourself. Create a list naming at least 5 personal expectations and 5 expectations you believe others have for you. Do you find that any of these conflict?

 

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